This is a follow-up to some discussions I have had with @cipher, @nevets88 and others with regards to the existence of the Pull-Shank. Some seem to believe that the Pull-Shank does not exist, but I assure you it does. Below is an excerpt from one of the discussions that led me to shooting this video.
Lol, paging @cipher. He would be the resident expert.
Looking back, I feel that this discussion is incomplete without video of a Pull-Shank out in the wild. So here you have it, the elusive pull-shank. Easily repeatable, TRUST ME.
For those without software to break down frames, here are the critical positions of this shot:
Make sure you maintain that outwards drifting orbit all the way to impact, NO CORRECTING PLEASE, this will ensure that the hosel has travelled beyond the shank parameters and is constantly travelling outwards to the pull-shank spectrum.
That's pretty much it, doesn't take as much practice as you would expect, and once you have the technique it's like riding a bicycle. I must have hit 2 dozen of these before I lost interest and sold my clubs.
Here's a beauty caught in full flight.
Edited by Ernest Jones - 9/1/14 at 9:45am